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Have you ever found yourself in a situation, where you have to meet a client, and you are required to use a Windows application, but you only have a Mac machine? The same scenario could occur during a class, or in rare circumstances home use too, when you have no choice to use a Windows program for something.
Now, you can’t go borrowing a Windows laptop, that would not be professional, or available readily. And we can’t go splurge on a Windows laptop, right? It can be an unwanted expense, and of course, we can’t carry two laptops with us all the time.
The only viable option, is to use a virtual machine in macOS, and run Windows in it. Wait, Apple does have Boot Camp for this, right? So, why do I need to use a virtual machine. That’s a good question, but you should know that the experience differs quite a bit from what we recommend.
For starters, how will you multitask between the two operating systems, macOS and Windows? You can’t do so in Boot Camp. As a result, if you want to use a macOS app, or even a simple feature, you are going to have to reboot the machine to switch to the OS. There is no other go, if you use Boot Camp. This is not a very productive manner to work in. So, what is the solution?
I’m glad you asked. Say hello to, Parallels Desktop for Mac Business Edition. It is a highly optimized virtual machine for macOS machines, and works with macOS Sierra, which is the latest and greatest version of Apple’s operating system.
What can Parallels Desktop for Mac Business Edition do? It can run Windows inside macOS, you probably guessed ths. But what you may not know is that it can run Windows programs seamlessly. Yes, not only can you switch between macOS and Windows just like that without rebooting to and fro, you can even run Windows applications as if they are native to macOS itself.
Not only that, you can actually use macOS specific features and functions such as Finder, Launchpad, etc in your Windows VM. Still think Boot Camp is the best option for running Windows on a Mac? You should hear more.
If you bought a new Mac, and want to migrate the entire operating system to your new machine, you can do that easily, without having to worry about having to install Windows and all the programs in it from scratch. Have a Mac with Windows on it in Boot Camp? No worries, Parallels Desktop also lets you run your Windows directly from an existing Boot Camp installation, but it comes with some limitations, which can be averted, with an easy step. Simply use the Migration wizard in Parallels Desktop, and import the Windows which you have installed in Boot Camp.
No, you want to install Windows from scratch? That’s fine too, pop the Windows DVD or use an ISO image and install it on your Mac, using Parallels Desktop. You can use it to install any version of Windows from Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and Windows 10. Parallels Desktop offers full support for Unix based operating system, and also for Linux distros. You can use Parallels Desktop Business Edition in a centralized administration level, for installing the OS, using a single Volume license key, through the Parallels License Management Portal.
If you don’t have a Windows 10 license, you can buy one from within the interface of Parallels Desktop for Mac Business Edition. Using Windows in Mac will give you access to Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office, and even features from the latest version of the OS, such as the brilliant personal digital assistant, Cortana. The best part is that you can use the Coherence Mode, to use Windows programs in macOS’ aesthetics and features. Windows 10 users can use this mode to view notifications from macOS’ menu bar, in an icon, which is very similar to Windows 10’s Action Center.
Parallels Desktop lets you select what you will use the virtual machine for, such as productivity, design, etc, and optimizes the VM’s settings accordingly. You can install Windows programs in Mac using Parallels Desktop, just like you can on Windows itself. And running a Windows program is simple to, just click on the icon and it will open the app. Speaking of which, running a Windows app, will start the Windows VM, or you can also manually do so from the Control Center of Parallels Desktop.
If you are away on tour, or a business trip, you can use the Travel Mode option, which restricts resource intensive apps, in turn helping to preserve your Mac’s battery life.
Parallels Desktop for Business has all the features of the Pro Edition, such as support for sharing your Mac’s hardware with the Windows VM or restricting them, copy and paste files between the two operating systems, drag and drop files, and also includes Business features like direct printing from Windows VM to macOS, mac Location Center in Windows, developer tools like a Visual Studio plugin, Chef, Vagrant, and Jenkins etc. You can use it to manage or create Docker VMs, access Business Cloud services like OneDrive Business, Box.net, and DropBox for Business.
Other important features in Parallels Desktop for Mac Business Edition, includes support for 16 virtual CPUs and 64GB of vRAM for each, so you can use even the most resource intensive Windows app at maximum speed. The VM software grants you premium phone and email support 24 x 7.
Parallels Desktop for Mac Business lets you create pre-built VM images with packages, support for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) and more.
Buy Parallels Desktop for Mac Business Edition at the best price, and save with our exclusive discount code. Why buy Windows computers, when you can use your office’s Macs to run the OS?